DMG Blockchain Solutions Inc. is proud to announce the recent acquisition of Datient Inc. (Blockseer). The combined DMG - Blockseer alliance aims to provide a leading cryptocurrency forensics and proprietary real-time risk scoring for compliance and anti-money laundering (AML). Additionally, Blockseer’s blockchain and data analytics expertise provides the capabilities to uniquely offer class-leading enterprise solutions with a natural convergence of Blockchain and artificial intelligence technologies - data is the asset, which can be tracked and monetized utilizing blockchain technology.
Blockseer is a blockchain and artificial intelligence company headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. Blockseer has worked with several law enforcement agencies including the U.S. Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Internal Revenue Service, and it also provides Ethereum blockchain data services for Blockchain.info, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency wallet providers. Blockseer provides data analytics and incorporates artificial intelligence to provide insight into what is happening with digital currencies and blockchains.
BlockSeer's mission is to build a unified foundation of transparency for the public Bitcoin ecosystem.
Bitcoin is a revolutionary new technology that has the potential to enable many valuable new services that are fully trusted.
Currently, there is a lack of clarity in bitcoin payments and transactions.
By providing transparency of the Bitcoin blockchain and its participants, BlockSeer aims to reduce the level of disorder and chaos and increase the level of knowledge and analysis of the publicly accessible blockchain network.
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Danny Yang has founded several companies innovating on blockchain and artificial intelligence. He is the CEO of Blockseer, a blockchain analytics company that specializes in data analysis and anti-money laundering (AML) for digital currencies. Previously, Danny founded Maicoin, a cryptocurrency services platform that included wallet, exchange, and merchant services. Danny also founded ScoreData and Seravia, both data science companies, and before that was an early employee at Like.com, a computer vision company later acquired by Google. Danny has a BA in Chemistry and Physics from Harvard, and a PhD in Computer Science from Stanford.
Alex Bosworth is a founder, product developer with a focus on Bitcoin and the Lightning Network. At BitGo, Alex helped create an open source blockchain solution for the Royal Mint and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange to power tokenized gold trading. Before BitGo Alex attended the Hacker Residency program run by Chaincode Labs, a program focused on educating developers on Bitcoin Core and the Bitcoin development philosophy and process. Alex's prior background is in developing open source enterprise solutions at SourceLabs Software, and as the founder of Adylitica developing productivity software for mobile.
Timothy Eller. As a Data Science leader in the on-demand transportation space, Tim Eller hasled technical projects at Uber, and he founded the Data Science team at Luxe before its acquisition by Volvo in 2017. Prior to that, he invented dynamic pricing algorithms at Lyft, introducing the use of Markov Decision Processes to optimize target objectives. In 2014, Tim was issued a patent for his invention of a method of Anonymous Collaborative Auctions, the Intellectual Property of a start-up he co-founded in 2011. Tim holds a PhD in Mathematics from UCLA, a Master of Mathematics from Cambridge University, and an AB in Mathematics from Harvard College.